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Another example for the need of a warning color as background is T108762.
Mar 1 2016
Feb 23 2016
It's been available on WikiFont for quite some time now. 4th column from the right, 4th row down.
Feb 18 2016
I've also been using the same yellow from the old palette. It currently fails contrast test, but I still want to look into guidelines for non-text.
Feb 17 2016
@Pginer-WMF I got a document started to start listing some needs around style guide. While I might not be able to get to this request right away, I want to make sure that they're captured.
Feb 11 2016
Also, that's a good reminder...
Does this have implications for the current default text color of content #252525 ? (on most but not all wikis, IIRC) If so, is there a task or discussion for that?
(I'd forgotten about that, as I use global.css to override #content to black, hence the #333 I use has more contrast for me, than it would for others... :/ )
We can explore an option to this effect that does not depend on the color of a button to show its presence.
The latest SVGs are usually at Dropbox.
Feb 10 2016
@MSyed, we saw that you guys were exploring different kinds of input text fields for the search interface. Can you update us on this task on the progress so we can capture possible new input fields?
Feb 8 2016
There you go!
Looks much better!
Feb 5 2016
I'll get something prepared on sketch and pholio.
I put together some needs for our Phabricator board. I wrote some suggestions on how we can organize them after looking around the links you sent us. Let me know what you think.
Feb 4 2016
I'm curious how much effort will it be to just replace the entire box and replace with a dropdown like that:
WikimediaUI repository provides a base stylesheet variables of Wikimedia Foundation wide basic style values.
This initial draft includes Less vars containing base.less.
Feb 3 2016
Feb 2 2016
That's really good to know @Esanders. Would you be able to share some of the bug tasks you mentioned?
In the recent T109915 task, we came up with 3 black/gray for text colors that is colorblind-friendly. They were #000, #222, and #949494 (for disabled text, placeholder text).
Jan 29 2016
@violetto, once the basics are covered, I would like to invite you act as the great creative designer you are, and to think of a functional and visually attractive design for this page. Newsletters are great, some people put a lot of effort on them. All publishers want as many subscribers as possible. Think of it, newsletters can be an entry point for readers not even considering editing today, if they discover that... Wikipedia has a newsletter about Archeology of the Pleistocene!!!
I'm curious to hear what you all think about letting the browser take care of the focus states. From my point of view, I want to make this focus state design invisible. What that means is:
Jan 28 2016
on Dropbox as well Design > + Assets > Icons > 4 Current > uniE042 - clip.svg
A different icon?
Jan 27 2016
It's a better practice to not only use color to differentiate because color blindness users. What do you think about using an icon like this?
I hope that wasn't too overwhelming! What are you guys' thoughts on this, feel free to poke. :):)
We have a pretty similar one here, but there are space and line thickness issues that I need to resolve. Give me until Friday to get this resolved, or is this pretty urgent?
Yup we got one, it's not in the final folder. But I'll get that fixed soon.
Jan 26 2016
As a prototype. I didn't think it was sustainable either, that's why the switch to svg.
I guessed what "c" from "@c-base" etc. meant because of the comment "Colors." Same with "ff" from "@ff-base"
Jan 25 2016
Clarifying questions, what do these mean?
I switched icons to use svg sprite as opposed to a .js file that fetches svg from fontastic.me and have been getting this issue
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